Sydney Seminars Announced – March 2016

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Good news for all of Migration Manager’s users in Sydney, in March (23 March 2016) we will be holding another of our very popular Migration Manager seminar days. As with previous training days we will hold our Key Fundamentals Training seminar in the morning and the Advanced/Accounts training seminar in the afternoon. For those readers who have not attended one of Migration Manager’s seminars in the past, I strongly recommend that you do as you will nearly always gain something of value from these very detailed and practical seminars. I always try to make the seminars focus on helping the attendees get the most out of the software in their day to day practice.

The Key Fundamentals seminar is designed for both new users and those who would like a refresher course on the main parts of the program (such as creating files, merging forms, etc) whilst the Advanced course builds on what was covered in the earlier seminar to go into some of more complicated parts of the program (such as creating your own checklist templates) or the more technical features (such as setting up Webleads). The Advanced course also includes a session on the new Accounts System which has been a real hit with those users who have been introduced to this feature.

Both sessions will also cover a number of new features that will either have just been released or will be due for release in the near future – this time round I will be introducing attendees to a number of new features such as the soon to be released Automated Email Capture, Humanitarian tab, Xero Integration, and the highly anticipated Client Portal plus possibly a few other gems that I can’t yet disclose. As with my previous seminars, I recommend you book early as they are very popular and they do tend to sell out (plus this time round there is a discount for those who book by 1 March 2016).

So I hope to see you at one of my seminars as I know you will definitely benefit from it.

Full details of these seminars can found on our Sydney Seminar page.

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